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‘The Honeymooners’ star ‘didn’t want to do it at midnight’

'The Honeymooners' star 'didn’t want to do it at midnight'

Maya Rudolph reveals David Letterman made her feel ’embarrassed and humiliated’ during first time on show

Rudolph, who had planned to appear in the US series of her HBO special ‘The Honeymooners’ alongside John Travolta, was told in December that Travolta had a scheduling conflict.

Letterman had planned to air it at 10 minutes past midnight – the same time he usually shows his late night talk show.

He told a New York Post reporter: ‘People are still waiting and they should understand that my schedule won’t change. I’m just not going to do it.’

Rudolph responded: ‘David Letterman has this funny way of talking. I just wanted to tell my story and let him take it from there.

‘I’m embarrassed and humiliated. I don’t think it’s the first time this has happened to me.’

Letterman, 65, had previously revealed in December that there was a scheduling conflict with his own sitcom, ‘Late Show’ and he ‘didn’t want to do it at midnight’.

Rudolph, in an emotional series of tweets, was speaking after visiting Letterman in his New York City studio – where he was preparing to shoot the television special.

Letterman, 65, had previously revealed in December that there was a scheduling conflict with his own sitcom, ‘Late Show’, and he ‘didn’t want to do it at midnight’

Rudolph, in an emotional series of tweets, was speaking after visiting Letterman in his New York City studio – where he was preparing to shoot the television special

The actress, who is known for her role as Jane Seymour in the ‘Honeymooners’ movie, was seen leaving the studio with a wide smile, waving to fans.

Rudolph, who is also set to appear in the film version of the film ‘The Honeymooners’, told People magazine earlier this year: ‘For once I’m at a place I wanted to be. I have some money saved and I think I’m going to use it wisely.’

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